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H. discusses the advances made during the past 10-12 years in our knowledge of the hereditary abnormalities of domestic animals.
In most of the known cases, the hereditary defect is due to a simple, recessive, autosomal gene. The causative genes are not located in the sex chromosomes. The...

Author(s)
HUTT, F. B.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1946, 36, pp 180-194
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At the Biological Research Institute at Tihany on Lake Balaton, studies by Dr Fabian on crosses between Mus musculus domesticus and M. m. spicilegus and between the wild rabbit and the Belgian domesticated variety have indicated the existence of maternal effects on skull size, and (in the case of...

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McLAREN, A.; MICHIE, D.
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Lond.,
Citation
Nature, 1954, 174, pp 390-391
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THE Secretary for Agriculture and Forestry reports on the role played by agriculture in the national economy, progress with fundamental work, agricultural conditions during the year under review, and appeals to the individual farmer to give due consisderation to the interests of agriculture as a...

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Farming in South Africa, 1939, 14, pp 465-593
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ASTWOOD, E. B. Induction of deciduomata in rats by means of progesterone: 4-5. BLOUNT, R. F. The question of developmental dependence for the hypophysis upon the brain: 7-8. BOLING, J. L., WILSON, J. G., and FISH, W. R. The maternal ovaries and sexual behaviour of the young and the mother at...

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Anatomical Record, 1939, 73, Suppl. No. 2, pp 1-77
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The experiments recorded here were undertaken for the purpose of attempting to arrive at a definite conclusion as to whether T. equiperdum can penetrate sound skin and mucous membranes or not.
According to a number of authors, trypanosomes, and particularly T. equiperdum, can pass through sound...

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IWANOW, E. ; MESNIL, F.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1927, 41, 5, pp 507-512 pp.
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229. ACKERT, J. E., PRATT, I., and FREEMAN, A. E. (Jr.). Resistant and susceptible groups of White Leghorn chickens to the nematode Ascaridia lineata (Schneider). 111. AGERSBORG, H. P. K. Science in fish culture. I. With special reference to its needs. 48. ALLEN, E., SMITH, G. M., and GARDNER, W....

Citation
Anatomical Record, 1936, 67, Suppl. 1, pp 31-130

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